Shilpa Shetty’s family including her husband Raj Kundra and kids test COVID positive; actress tests negative
On Friday, actress Shilpa Shetty Kundra took to her Instagram handle to share that her family including her in-laws, children Viaan and Samisha and husband Raj Kundra had tested positive for COVID a few days back. Sharing the latest update about her health as well, Shilpa revealed that she had tested negative for the novel coronavirus.
In her Insta post, Shilpa said that the last 10 days have been very difficult for her entire family while adding that the members of her family — Raj, Viaan and Samisha, and her in-laws, were all in isolation. She also added that they have been following the doctor’s advice and following official guidelines.
Shilpa also revealed that two of her staff members too had tested positive for the novel virus and were being treated at a medical facility. Updating fans about her family’s health, in her note, Shilpa further added that everyone is on the Road to recovery.
She has also thanked the authorities and BMC for their prompt help and response while adding that all safety measures have been followed as per protocol. The Bazigar actress also thanked her fans for their support and prayers and urged citizens to mask up, sanitize and to stay positive. After her post actors from the industry Madhuri Dixit Nene, Suneil Shetty, Kartik Aaryan, Malaika Arora, Geeta Kapur, Bhumi Pednekar all have posted messages wishing the family a speedy recovery.
Shilpa Shetty’s family tests COVID positive:
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Like most of the units, even Super Dancer 4 has moved to Daman, but not all judges have travelled to the new location. Malaika Arora will be stepping in for Shilpa Shetty. Meanwhile, Shilpa Shetty has been actively spreading awareness about COVID through her social media handles.
Meanwhile, India on Friday recorded 414,433 fresh cases of COVID-19 taking its cumulative caseload to 21,485,285. This is the second consecutive day that India has registered over four lakh cases. In another new record, India reported 3,915 deaths in a single day. India now has 3.65 million active cases.